Spent Summers Throwin’ Brim In A Red Ice Chest Gave My Heart To Jesus In My Sunday Best Southern Rock Rolled From My Radio Each Night When Freebird Fell Out Of The Sky Felt Like I’d Lost An Old Friend Of Mine Saw Hate In Livin’ Color On My TV Learned Black Kids Bled Red..
Well, she seemed alright by dawn’s early light Though she looked a little worried and weak She tried to pretend he wasn’t drinkin’ again But daddy left the proof on her cheek And i was only eight years old that summer And i always seemed to be in the way So i took myself down..
Seger was singing words i could believe in And “main street” was my street that night So i called up samantha and asked her the chance of us Running out ‘neath the moonlight Well, she’s not with me now, she can always be found When i rewind the radio dial And like it was then..
To This Day When I Hear That Song I See You Standin’ There All Night Long Discount Shades, Store Bought Tan Flip Flops And Cut-off Jeans Somewhere Between That Setting Sun I’m On Fire And Born To Run You Looked At Me And I Was Done And We’re, We’re Just Getting Started I Was Singin’..
Summer Dress Straps Slippin’ Off Of Her Shoulder A Blanket Of A Stars Is Lookin’ Us Over Here In The Dark Wrapped Up In Each Other’s Arms Moonlight Tickles Her Sun Kissed Skin She Smiles That Smile She Only Smiles When I’ve Done Somethin’ Right It’s Gonna Be A Long, Long Night Baby, Baby Love..
I’m So Glad You Made Time To See Me How’s Life, Tell Me How’s Your Family I Haven’t Seen Them In A While You’ve Been Good, Busier Than Ever We Small Talk, Work And The Weather Your Guard Is Up And I Know Why Because The Last Time You Saw Me Is Still Burning In..